Keiaga (NA)
: https://na.op.gg/summoner/userName=Keiaga One tricked morde and got from unranked to silver 4 to plat 4 in a couple months. Very effective, very easy to play, and still extremely satisfying and rewarding. Not sure what the best rune will be on him since I didn't update myself on the changes to conquerer. I always ran ghost ignite for kill pressure. Ghost is better than ignite on mordekaiser because he prefers prolonged fights over burst and has enough tankiness/self-peel to survive ganks without relying on flash. He can function pretty well at every stage of the game. If you're able to land an EQ you can beat most champs in an all in by using your shield effectively. I deviate from his normal build a bit and trade out a little damage for more survivability. {{item:3116}} is the item you rush 100% of the time. {{item:1001}} is only bought if I have the spare gold leftover after buying something else. I don't even upgrade them half the time until I'm at full build. But when I do it's usually {{item:3047}} if there's a lot of auto-attack damage or very rarely {{item:3020}} if I'm extremely ahead. {{item:3151}} and/or {{item:3148}} are the next items you build. Lyandry's if you're against a tanky team, hextech if you're against mostly squishier, mobile targets. After that, even if I'm ahead, I prioritize building resistances against whichever type of damage I have to look out for. {{item:3742}} {{item:3075}} {{item:3143}} and {{item:3065}} {{item:3102}} . Sometimes {{item:3193}} . For your runes, I always go Conquerer/triumph/tenacity/last stand in the Precision tree and Domination tree secondary with taste of blood and ravenous hunter. This is the most healing you can get with your runepage and it goes very well with Hextech and Spirit visage. I've had certain games where the entire enemy team didn't have enough damage to kill my sustain after I ult and kill their carry.
What champs did you have the most trouble against with mord?
Keiaga (NA)
: Mordekaiser has a very good pull. He plays like Darius but the only ranged champ that gave me issues was vayne Fiora also has enough mobility to catch a ranged champ and has a kit with enough versatility to perform well against any type of champion. edit: here's a short list of other champs I think are relatively safe first-picks {{champion:8}} {{champion:254}} {{champion:80}}
Ya I think I’ll give mord a shot, I’ve played a few games with him and he seems pretty good
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: First you need to gauge how deep you are having trouble with sticking to one champ/role. If you're like me and find it really hard to then otherwise it may not be worth your trouble. Apparently ranked isn't all that worth it anyway. But if need be, to find a main, instead of asking for who specifically, you should set yourself a set of requirements: 1 - Is the champion worth dedicating that much time and effort to? There are certain champions in which there is a pretty low skill floor and ceiling such as most of the 'intro' champions like Yi, Annie, Garen etc. The main reason you'd want to main someone is to master the micro-mechanics, not the macro-mechanics. When people say "Yi/Annie/Garen aren't easier to win with cuz you still need to know about map awareness" or some bullshit like that, they're saying it for the sake of macro. That goes for every champion to ever exist. Don't mix up micro and macro. Champions like Yasuo, Riven, Draven etc, with godly micro-mechanics can be incredibly rewarding. 2 - Does the champion have a high ranked presence? There's no real point in trying to main someone who is either always picked or banned for self-explanatory reasons. Take Morgana for instance. In this CC/hook/engage heavy bot meta, playing Morgana/maining Morgana seems like the perfect move, but because it's such a perfect move, she's always banned out. 3 - Can you genuinely find them fun? If you're gonna be maining someone, you will be dedicating SERIOUS amounts of time to them. If you don't or can't find said champion fun, then maining said champion just won't be sustainable, regardless of how effective your mechanics are on them. 4 - Are they grossly overpowered or grossly underpowered? If someone you really wanna main is either of these two, chances are, you're gonna run into trouble since champions in both categories are always subject to buffs, nerfs and potentially even reworks. For instance, maining someone like Akali back when she was released would've been a good move at first, but of course now we know how overtuned she was and how many nerfs she's required (or not required, but still received). Now look at Ryze. No one can really fully learn/master him because by the time you have gotten halfway through mastering him, Riot would've issued in his next annual (or even biannual) rework. What about for instance, Orianna. She would be a perfect 'main' champion since she's really a champion whose effectiveness scales 1:1 with the player's skill. She's never overbearing or underwhelming in any meta and has stayed pretty stagnant with her numbers. Of course now we know the only reason why she received the Shockwave buff is due to Worlds but that's an outliar of Riot wanting more viewership and highlights than Orianna actually being weak or not. And finally, if you're like me: 5 - Do you like the way the champion looks? I dunno, I can't play any champion I don't like visually but that might just be me But yeah, just a few things you should keep in mind when trying to find a main. I encourage you to not just follow suggestions people give you without running through some of these points (or all of them).
I think if I really set my mind to it I could just main one champ in ranked at least, I’ll still mess around in norms with different champs for sure though. Thanks for all the info you’ve given me some great points to think about when choosing who to main.
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